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Thinking of Crete often conjures up thoughts of relaxing getaways, greek culture and stunning beaches. However it’s also the home of the rapidly growing resort of Malia. It’s affordable, easy to get around and of course delivers an unforgettable nightlife.

Why Malia

Thinking of Crete often conjures up thoughts of relaxing getaways, greek culture and stunning beaches. However it’s also the home of the rapidly growing resort of Malia. It’s affordable, easy to get around and of course delivers an unforgettable nightlife. Malia is all about laid back vibes and keeping it simple. The strip is aptly named Beach road and is dotted with tonnes of bars and nightclubs for you to explore during your stay. There is also a lot of variety in these venues, from family owned greek bars to modern clubs, so whatever kind of night you’re looking for Malia has it on offer. Budgeting for this resort couldn’t be easier, the drinks specials are ridiculous and the cost of living is reasonable when compared to other resorts. Grab a fishbowl at Dolphin Beach Bar and enjoy the music. The strip is home to all the action, making Malia the perfect spot for a bar crawl, the Party Hard Crawl promises free alcohol, drinking games and large crowds. The event hits up multiple places and drops you at a club towards the end of the night, so grab a ticket and get involved. The clubs in Malia match its carefree style, they are typically bright, vibrant and filled with excitement. Head down to Candy Club and ZigZag to find out why Malia is quickly becoming one of the biggest party destinations in europe.

The nights out are great, but the days can be even better. Crete is one of the larger mediterranean islands, meaning there are plenty of opportunities to get away from the action in Malia and take in the serene countryside. We recommend renting a car or quad bike and visiting some of the beauty spots or culture sites the island has to offer. Balos beach is home to a gorgeous blue lagoon, coupled with the striking headland cliffs it makes the ideal location to snap a new profile pic. On the other hand you cost could take a tour to the mythical birthplace of Zeus named Dikteon, an ancient cave positioned on the highest mountain of Crete. If you’re looking for something a bit more exciting Malia beach offers a wide range of adrenaline fuelled water sports, hop on a banana boat or if you are feeling daring try out the flying fish. A high octane ride that will have you holding on for dear life as you soar above ocean. You’ll quickly learn that the beach is the perfect place to spend time on your days off, Malia is blessed with miles of sandy coastline so there is tonnes of room to find a quiet tanning spot. Just don’t forget the suncream or the scorching sun will have you burnt in no time, here’s a look at what kind of weather you can expect in Crete:

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What to expect when working in Malia

Most of the jobs available to workers in Malia are based around the nightlife. There’s not a huge range of roles, but there is certainly no shortage of jobs, a great upside to this is that all workers are in the same boat so the community is really tight knit. If you’re planning on coming over solo Malia is the place for you, expect a warm welcome and a new summer family as you settle into your working holiday. The low cost of living makes saving up for events and excursions a breeze. You can expect an average wage of around 60 euros per shift, more than enough to fund you during your time away from home.

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